My Final Blog Post

This semester went by so fast and I’m really sad to be honest. I really liked this class and has so much fun being here. My favorite part about this class was making the website! I never thought I’d have a website but now I do! I haven’t made a lot of posts but I will keep up with it more now and will continue to upload.

I think I’ve earned an A in this class because I’ve only been absent once and have no missing work. I’ve done all of my work in class and emailed you links when asked.

My proudest achievement of this class was making the vaporwave:

I’ve never been this creative with Photoshop before so this was challenging to me but I still did it and I like how it ended up!

This class has given me the basic Photoshop skills for me to keep practicing on my own and growing the more I try.

And with all of that being said, this is my final sign off. Good luck everyone and goodbye!

My website

This is the link to my website!

Its called Charlene Artistry and I post makeup product reviews.

The account is tied to my instagram account (which you can find on the website!) where I take a lot of pictures as well. I started the instagram account a few months ago so I’m still getting everything together.

Anyways, working on the website has been really fun and I love posting my reviews!

#SaveODAAT

A few weeks ago Netflix cancelled One Day At A Time which is a family sitcom that focuses on a Latino middle class family which includes a single mother who is a veteran with PTSD, a flirty grandmother who fled from Cuba, a gay teenage daughter and cool teenage son who’s figuring out life. This show talked about so many topics that are relatable to today’s society while still being funny but not disrespectful. They even had a non binary character!

This show meant a lot to me being Latina and barely ever seeing myself represented on TV. I finally got to see hispanic inside jokes and cultural beliefs mentioned on TV and feel apart of something.

Netflix cancelled the series because of “lack of viewership” which is odd because once the show was cancelled the hashtag #SaveODAAT trended on Twitter worldwide for hours.

The show runners announced that the show is looking for a new home but the thing about Netflix is that they’ll allow a TV network to buy ODAAT months later but for a streaming service it will be years and it’s incredibly hard to keep a show on hold for so long. CBS All Access had immediate interest in the show but Netflix, who says they “care” about ODAAT, didn’t make it easy so the offer dropped. Hopefully a network will pick it up. I really want to see this family grow and be happy.

I really want to see Penelope thrive as a nurse practitioner, Elena do well in college, Schneider become sober again, Alex get a girlfriend, Abuela reconnect with her family in Cuba and Leslie thrive. Hopefully we all get to see that.

Keep One Day at a Time in the conversation by using the hashtag #SaveODAAT, telling your friends to watch the show or watch the show if you haven’t already.

Don’t quit before the miracle happens.